After Abbott Deal Collapses, GE Unlikely To Seek Similar-Sized Dx Buy This Year | GenomeWeb
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A couple of days after announcing that has pulled out of its planned $8.1 billion acquisition of two of Abbott’s diagnostics divisions, GE officials suggested during a conference call that it was highly unlikely that the firm would make any acquisitions this year costing more than $2 billion.
 

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